This is the U.S.S. Marie, the longest, tallest, and grandest vessel I have ever created. The ship is built for transporting 6 passengers for up to 7 days of travel. It is 30 studs long, 8 studs wide, and as tall as 5 standing minifigs. In fact, it is so large that a separate ship is sent out from harbor for boarding! The U.S.S. Marie is operated by only 3 mariners; a captain, a co-pilot, and a security officer. Towering 3 stories, the ship features 6 luxury beds, a buffet restaurant, a large open deck for viewing pleasure, a command bridge, an open deck for the crew, and plenty of windows for sightseeing. The U.S.S. Marie is named after the co-pilots wife, Marie Wolf. Though the ship features many luxuries, it is used for people transportation purposes only. To ensure safety on deck, there is a trained security officer patrolling at certain hours, as well as a life ring on both decks. Enjoy your stay! Please review, and thanks for looking!
About this creation
Front view. The U.S.S. Marie is skinny for boat of its size.
Rear angle. Notice the immense height of the boat.
The nameplate up close.
Here's the door the door through which the passengers board and disembark.
This shot makes her look majestic.
Shot of the bedroom portholes.
Large window for good visibility.
Officers on duty.
All of the layers separated.
Level 1: the sleeping deck.
Shot of the luxurious beds.
The sleeping deck fully occupied.
Barry likes the beds.
Good shot of the divider walls.
Portholes for light and viewing.
Level 2: the buffet restaurant.
The buffet table.
Seating for 4.
The passenger deck.
Enforced life ring.
The buffet restaurant and passenger deck in use.
Stop by for a milkshake!
Food & drinks are allowed on the passenger deck
Level 3: the command cabin.
Manual controls are in front, behind them on the left are auto-pilot controls and communications, to the right of them are security monitors.
All officers at their stations.
The crew deck.
Enforced life ring.
Havin' a good ol' time!
Special thanks to (right to left): Alex, Patricia, Laura, Barry, Max, and Anita.
Special thanks to (right to left): Captain Captain (thats his name!) Co-Pilot Danju Wolf, and Security Officer Bert.
This is one of the creations I looked to get ideas for my ships. Great inside, and that is one tall ship! 8 studs wide is one of the best widths for building the inside. I especially like the bottom deck bedrooms. Keep up the good work!